At 23:57 9/7/2001, August Zajonc wrote:
>Why not have an abstraction? It would seem this would allow scanners with
>different licenses to co-exist, and more to the point there's an immediate
>technical win here, with code already written.

Allowing scanners with different licenses to co-exist isn't a very viable 
design goal.
If it was a piece of absolutely necessary piece, plus it was as complicated 
as nuclear simulation software, adding this workaround might have been 
justified.  However, it's not all that necessary (it is necessary, in the 
long run) and it's also not very complex.
With the eye in the foot metaphor I didn't mean that it would make it 
difficult to talk, just that it's not where it belongs.  For that matter, 
you could place it on the palm of your hand.


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